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We Owe it to Others to Share the Life-Changing Truth of Christ

We Owe it to Others to Share the Life-Changing Truth of Christ

While cultural engagement can be uncomfortable and our cultural opponents can be rancorous, we owe everyone we meet the privilege of hearing the truth that changed our lives.

Iran is Booted from United Nations' Women's Group

Iran is Booted from United Nations' Women's Group

A United Nations' women's group has ousted Iran from the group after the country came under increased criticism for its policies regarding women's rights.

Persecution Against Christians Rising in Cuba

Persecution Against Christians Rising in Cuba

According to a recent white paper for the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, attacks on religious freedom are escalating in Cuba as well. According to the report, “virtually all independent faith leaders say they are actively repressed.”

White House Warns That Russia, Iran Are Considering Military 'Partnership'

White House Warns That Russia, Iran Are Considering Military 'Partnership'

The White House said last week that Russia and Iran are in talks for a joint weapons production project.

Israeli Middle School Students, Guide Find 3,000-Year-Old Canaanite Scarab during Field Trip

Israeli Middle School Students, Guide Find 3,000-Year-Old Canaanite Scarab during Field Trip

Israeli middle school students on an archaeological tour near Tel Aviv recently came across a 3,000-Year-Old Canaanite scarab designed as a dung beetle.

WBNA Star Brittney Griner Arrives in U.S. after Prisoner Exchange with Russia

WBNA Star Brittney Griner Arrives in U.S. after Prisoner Exchange with Russia

WNBA star Brittney Griner has been released from a Russian prison and sent back home to the United States following a prisoner exchange.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky Named TIME Magazine's 'Person of the Year'

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky Named TIME Magazine's 'Person of the Year'

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was named TIME Magazine’s “Person of the Year” on Wednesday. TIME’s Editor-in-Chief, Edward Felsenthal, said Zelensky was chosen “for proving that courage can be as contagious as fear, for stirring people and nations to come together in defense of freedom, for reminding the world of the fragility of democracy—and peace.”

Mission Aviation Fellowship Issues Urgent Call for Release of U.S. Citizen Wrongfully Detained in Mozambique

Mission Aviation Fellowship Issues Urgent Call for Release of U.S. Citizen Wrongfully Detained in Mozambique

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) today urged officials in Mozambique to expedite the release of pilot Ryan Koher, a U.S. citizen who has been wrongfully detained in the country since November 4. MAF also called on U.S. government leaders to do everything in their power to bring Koher home, and invited Christians around the world to pray for Koher’s safety and swift release.

Ukraine Considers Banning Russian-Affiliated Churches within Its Borders

Ukraine Considers Banning Russian-Affiliated Churches within Its Borders

Ukrainian authorities recently called for a ban on churches within its borders that are affiliated with Russia.

Iran's 'Morality Police' Are Suspended following Months of Protests over the Death of Mahsa Amini

Iran's 'Morality Police' Are Suspended following Months of Protests over the Death of Mahsa Amini

Iran’s “morality police” have been suspended after months of criticism that followed the death of a woman arrested by the group.